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Unit 5 Canada The True North
the national flag of Canadathe national anthem of Canada
How much do you know about Canada?
position The Beaufort Sea the Arctic Ocean Greenland The Atlantic Ocean The Pacific Ocean Alaska the United States
Can you tell some famous cities?
the French-speaking province ----Quebec languages Official languages: English and French the TV and radio in French ; French restaurants ; teaching in schools be done in French.
fresh water the five great lakes one third of the worlds supply of fresh water
most of the electricity is produced by water the Niagara fall
Leader of the country:
Would you like to take a trip to Canada? Where would you like to go? What do you expect to see there?
What places have they been? Where are they heading? Read the text and find out:
Vancouver Calgary Thunder Bay Toronto go eastward,across the continent
Look the map and retell the text:
Vancouver Calgary Thunder Bay Toronto w hat did they see there?
Homework : 1.P.36 Learning about language 2.P.70 Usning words and expressions Ex.1
Unit 5 Welcome to join us Jiashan No.2 Senior High School.
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